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Paris: Le Livre, 1926. Illustrated by Marie Laurencin with 11 original b/w etchings in the text. , 181, (3)pp with text in French. 8vo, original white printed wrappers (all signatures loose within wrappers which have minor edgewear at spine ends, and one puncture in middle of spine). Paris: Societe d'Edition Le Livre, 1926. Limited edition. A very good(+) copy, internally fine -- unread and unopened. From a total printing of 325, this is number 5 of only 25 copies containing...
New York: Knopf, 1978. Over 200 illustrations, including 61 in full-color and 155 line caricatures. 205 pages, oblong 4to, white cloth, dust wrapper. New York: Knopf, 1978. First edition. A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Warmly inscribed and dated by Levine on the half title: "To Howard Kissel for being ill at ease for the best reasons."
New York: Knopf, 1978. Over 200 illustrations, including 61 in full-color and 155 line caricatures. 205 pages, oblong 4to, white cloth, dust wrapper. New York: Knopf, 1978. First edition. A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. Inscribed in ink with a small drawing by David Levine on the half title.
Paris: Maeght, 1956. Includes the original lithograph by Bazaine. Black and white illustrations throughout. Slim folio, stiff paper wrappers. 75, (3) pages. Text in French. A special edition of the periodical Derriere le Miroir on its tenth anniversary of publication. Includes six chapters on various collections of limited edition works by noteworthy artists. Black and white illustrations throughout. (Paris): Maeght, 1956. Near Fine.
Paris: Nilsson/Lamm. Volume I (possibly the only volume published). Preface par Pierre Veber. 39pp of text in French, with some in-text figures; 63 lithographic plates printed by Draeger, Appel, Verneau & others, mostly in full color, the others tinted. Folio, original green cloth pictorially stamped in black & gilt. Paris: Nilsson/Lamm, [no date, 1897]. Light foxing in margins of a some plates, otherwise a near fine, bright copy. The book is scarce as it was frequently dismembered and the plates...
Paris: Nilsson/Lamm. Volume I (possibly only volume made). Preface par Pierre Veber. Original published parts with wrappers bound together as one volume. 39 pages of text in French plus summary pages printed on tissue paper. In-text figures plus 63 lithographic plates, printed by Draeger, Appel, Verneau & others, 40 in full color the rest tinted, with tissue guards. Folio, rebound in older grey cloth-backed marbled boards with red leather spine label (somewhat edgeworn, but clean internally aside for ink on...
Berlin: Gebr. Mann Verlag, 1973. Complete set of 3 volumes, bound in 4, with all text in German. A monumental reference work with over 5,000 illustrations, mostly in black and white. lxxxix, 227, clv, 421; lvi, 506; 363 pages. Thick 4tos, gray cloth with printed paper labels, colorful d.w. Berlin: Gebr. Mann Verlag, 1973, 1977, 1980. First editions. A fine set in near fine dust wrappers.
Paris: Bordas, 1948. Illustrated with 7 lithographic plates and an original lithograph frontispiece of a nude initialed by Dufy in pencil. 92 pages, slim small 4to, original gray printed wrappers. (Paris): Bordas, 1948. Limited Edition. Number 6 of only 300 copies. Near Fine. This book from the surrealist poet Gaston Massat (1909- 1966).